I hated it and loved it at the same time. I guess I rate it high because I had to stop and think about it, and that automatically makes it better than the majority of stuff from Hollywood. Trouble is, if you rate it high on Netflix then suddenly they start suggesting more quirky comedies with unlikeable protagonists from the early 2000's. Even if you just watch it then Netflix figures you want more of the same (you had Chicken Cacciatore today, so clearly you want a Chicken dinner every single night).
Ie, because I "recently watched Attack on Titan" it has a category which appears to be all the kawaii anime from the last decade, ugh. They need to figure out that I don't want to watch the same thing all the time. They haven't figured out how to be random I think, they want to pigeon hole the viewer. One of my favorite channels pre-cord-cutting was IFC, because there were so many thing that I found unexepectedy good, different from the standard fare, off beat, high quality or low quality, etc. From Citizen Kane to the Three Stooges. Netflix will never figure that sort of thing out if they rely on a formula.